Helen Stilwell's Laughable Looloos

I have been unable to find any information on Helen Stilwell or her short-lived series of fantastic animals, the Laughable Looloos, irregularly published in the New York World in 1906. I first found about this strip from Nicholson Baker and Margaret Brentano's The World on Sunday. Graphic Art in Pulitzer's Newspaper (1898-1911). New York - Boston: Bulfinch Press, 2005, and the raw scans were sent me by Jon of comicartdigital.

Some of the instalments, those entitled "Looloos That We All Know" (15, 16 and 19) are clearly satiric, but I suspect many of the others are, too; as Baker and Brentano suggest, the Boogie (no. 6) not only refers to Peary in the poem, but takes the picture from an illustration in the World's Sunday Magazine of 15 October 1899 devoted to "Peary's Own Story from the Frozen North."


The Laughable Looloos (1906)
No.
Date
Looloo 1
Looloo 2
1
Cutie-Cue
Old Dolorosity
2
unknown
3
Little Woggie Curley-Tail
Rolybolyosity
4
Doodading
Obegob, Gazoola bird
5
Loverduck, Lyonette
Toots, Boppie
6
Meddo-Spark
Boogie
7
Molleys
Ringhy Dinghy Doze
8
Gazoola bird
Caterwollo
9
Crossapatchee
Moozoo
10
Footliteno
Shelluf
11
Nifty-Nufty
Squirm
12
Gookie
Flamano
13
Horserino
Skeet
14
Mazeem
Rounce
15
Polarsticuss
Willy-Nilly man
Prince of Flubadub
16
Looloo sage
Phonographibus
17
Wollybeer
Boozee
18
Kolee
Dinkorinktum
19
"richest lady"
Peaceorinktibus
20
unknown
21
unknown
22
unknown
23
unknown
24
unknown
25
Wiggle-Woggle
Looloo turkey